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41-373 - Authority to perform remote online notarizations
41-373. Authority to perform remote online notarizations
A notary public who is physically located in this state and who is authorized to perform remote online notarizations by the secretary of state may perform a notarial act by means of communication technology for a remotely located individual who is physically located:
1. In this state.
2. Outside this state but not outside the United States.
3. Outside the United States if both of the following apply:
(a) The electronic record is either:
(i) To be filed with or relates to a matter before a court, governmental entity, public official or other entity subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.
(ii) Involves property that is located in the territorial jurisdiction of the United States or a transaction substantially connected to the United States.
(b) The notary public has no actual knowledge that the act of making the statement or signing the electronic record is prohibited by the foreign state in which the remotely located individual is located.